Chesterfield Schools offer summer program options to middle and high school students

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Registration is underway for Chesterfield County Public Schools’ free summer Recovery of Learning opportunities, designed to provide middle and high school students with refreshers of course content and skill development taught during the 2019-20 school year.

Students will have the free opportunity to access a complete personalized curriculum for any core course (math, language arts, science, and social studies) for which they were enrolled during the 2019-20 school year.

Core content courses will have teachers interacting online to support students through goal-setting, progress-monitoring, virtual office hours, and small group instruction. Elective courses are self-guided and will not have an assigned teacher. (Driver’s Education and Behind the Wheel will not be offered this summer.)

NOTE: Any student needing a school division-issued Chromebook or Internet access at home in order to participate in the summer learning program should acknowledge such on the registration form.

Recovery of Learning opportunities will be structured through Edgenuity courseware. All courses provide students an opportunity to move through the content at their own pace and to test out of content previously mastered. The middle and high school Recovery of Learning program begins on June 29. Here are the course opportunities available.

Visit the Recovery of Learning site to register. Registration closes June 15.


If a student wishes to register for a credit-bearing course not previously taken in order to accelerate their schedule, they should visit the CCPSOnline website and complete the online application.

Here are the course opportunities available via CCPSOnline from June 22-July 30.

The average online class requires 4-6 hours of work per day, and students are required to take a proctored exam at the end of the summer session. All courses will have teachers interacting online to support students through all aspects of a fully online course including whole class and small group instruction, assignment feedback, facilitated discussion, goal-setting, progress-monitoring, and virtual office hours.

CCPSOnline courses are $250/credit for Chesterfield County residents and $500/credit for non-residents.

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